Scooter Libby’s conviction appeared to shock just about everyone — everybody, that is, except D.C. lawyers.
Perjury cases are supposed to be hard to prosecute. Defense attorneys Theodore Wells Jr. and William Jeffress Jr. were the latest dream team, and it took the jury nearly 10 days to deliberate. Yet despite the convictions on four of five counts, Jeffress says, “We wouldn’t change a single one of the major decisions.”
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